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NOLOGIN(5)			     BSD File Formats Manual			       NOLOGIN(5)

     nologin -- file disallowing and containing reason for disallowing logins

     The file /etc/nologin, if it exists, causes the login procedure, used by programs such as
     login(1), to terminate.  The program may display the contents of /etc/nologin to the user
     before exiting.

     This file is a simple mechanism to temporarily prevent incoming logins.  As such, the file
     /etc/nologin is created by shutdown(8) five minutes before system shutdown, or immediately
     if shutdown is in less than five minutes.	The file /etc/nologin is removed just before
     shutdown(8) exits.

     To disable logins on a per-account basis, see nologin(8).

     The file /etc/nologin has no affect on the login procedure for the root user.

     /etc/nologin  The nologin file resides in /etc.

     NO LOGINS: System going down at 18:22

     login(1), ftpd(8), nologin(8), rshd(8), shutdown(8), sshd(8)

BSD					 December 9, 2005				      BSD
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